My World Builder series will be back next Friday. But in the meantime, we are in a new month so it’s time for some new monthly goals!
We’re into July so it’s time to create some more monthly goals. They help to keep me accountable and focused on what I need to get done. 🙂 Don’t worry, Monday Marketing will be back next week.
It’s a new month, so time to set some new goals. Last month, I managed to complete almost al despite melting in the weather, so I’m hoping for the same success this month.
We’re into a new month, so that means a whole new set of goals. Because unless I have a scary-amount of things to occupy myself with, I will probably misbehave 😀 My goals are not just writing goals, because I have other projects that need my time as well.
We are now in a new month, so that means, another set of goals I have set. Last month I only completed 8 out of 12 goals. Over half, but not as many as I’d like.
I am making a change and have decided to break my goals down into monthly ones. Since moving to N. Ireland there have been some big changes and I feel this will work better for me both in remembering them and completing them 🙂
I hope you all had fun over the holidays and are looking forward to 2017 (because let’s face it, it can’t be any worse than 2016, am I right?). I’m here to talk about Resolutions since we are right on the cusp of the new year.
A goal is a dream with a plan. How are you at making plans? Sticking to them? The reason goals fail, resolutions fail is because people make them nicely vague.
Have you defined what your writing goal is? If you want to be a professional writer (get paid to write) then it’s a good idea to think of it as a business. Having a goal is important.
Today is the first day, in quite a few months, where I have actually been able to slow down and take stock. As 2015 draws to a close, I’ve been thinking about everything I’ve accomplished over the last 12 months and everything I wish to accomplish going forward.